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    Resto of beautiful '77 Fire Am

    Jason's shop; one day I hope to take my car to him!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7wteK3zbHs

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    Re: Resto of beautiful '77 Fire Am

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric
    Jason's shop; one day I hope to take my car to him!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7wteK3zbHs
    Was that 'our' Pete's car in one of the other vids, or is there more than one Pete over there?

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    Re: Resto of beautiful '77 Fire Am

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric
    Jason's shop; one day I hope to take my car to him!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7wteK3zbHs
    Was that 'our' Pete's car in one of the other vids, or is there more than one Pete over there?

    Ken.
    This is another Pete; our Pete has a '79 Tenth Anniversay Trans-Am; these cars are all sliver with grey accents....

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    Re: Resto of beautiful '77 Fire Am

    That is correct that's another Pete.

    Ken,

    Here's my '79 TATA:


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    Re: Resto of beautiful '77 Fire Am

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete
    That is correct that's another Pete.

    Ken,

    Here's my '79 TATA:

    Now that is one tasty looking motor!

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    Re: Resto of beautiful '77 Fire Am

    Ken,

    Thanks..

    Here's a vid of my 1979 Trans Am:




    And here's my 1982 Trans Am:




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    Re: Resto of beautiful '77 Fire Am

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete
    Ken,

    Thanks..

    Here's a vid of my 1979 Trans Am:




    And here's my 1982 Trans Am:



    I see, not satisfied with just one then? Not that I'm envious though - Oh no, no, er, er - OK then, yep I'm jealous. ;D Two very nice motors Pete. Thanks for the vids.

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    Re: Resto of beautiful '77 Fire Am

    Ken,

    Thanks, I am pretty luck to own both of them. My Dad bought the '82 new, and I have owned it the last 16 years. The car is 26 years old now, and I remember like it was yesterday going to the dealership and helping my Dad pick it out.

    The '79, I have owned for about 9 years. Took it out for a ride yesterday, and it purred like a kitten. 8)

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